QChat is a product of Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

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For operators, it is carrier-grade, high-performance PTT service for next-generation wireless networks.

The QChat™ platform delivers carrier-grade, high-performance PTT service for operators to enable a broad range of features that end users demand, including instant call, large group support, and media sharing capabilities. In addition, the QChat application development kit (ADK) provides a flexible, extensible platform that enables operators and handset manufacturers to build advanced communications capabilities for demanding users. QChat is now available on more device manufacturers, more operating systems, more chipsets, and more infrastructure equipment providers than ever before.

Used by operators internationally.

Launched QChat in 2008 to replace the 2G iDEN PTT network, which was shut down in June 2013.

Available in Brazil, Mexico, and Chile. Interoperable with Sprint Direct Connect and legacy iDEN.

Available in China. Launched in 2010.

For users, it delivers high-performance communications for demanding needs.

PTT connects users spread across varied geographical areas that demand high-performance communications. Field service technicians, security personnel, first responders, construction workers, public safety officers, drivers, and dispatchers all require quick and rapid communication with individuals and groups. Enterprises, small businesses, and government entities use PTT as a competitive advantage for increased workforce efficiency. It can locate co-workers and distribute answers quickly without the delays of dialing numbers, leaving voicemail, waiting for returned calls, and playing “phone tag.”

An easy user interface.

PTT offers consumers rapid call setup and IP communications at the push of a button. Whether one-on-one or in groups, that means constant, easy-to-use connections to co-workers, friends, and family members.